Resin Obsession Resinista Zell Lee

Zell LeeThe earth graces us with its beauty for short periods of time. More often than not, this beauty is remote or goes unnoticed. Nature enthusiast, Zell Lee, began Asana Natural Arts in 2010 to make nature more a part of everyone’s daily lives. This desire has driven her motivation to create unique, handcrafted pieces made in the USA, each with its own story. We have perfected our methods for preserving nature into quality pieces that add character to every customer who takes part in our business. Zell travels the world to find new specimens and nature items to maintain a fresh product line. The word “Asana” stands for a still, meditative yoga position that resembles the still life artwork our company creates.

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Rhonda J. Hunter

The array of art on her website is amazing, gorgeous, and most humbling.

Elizabeth Sanchez

I have seen butterfly wings inside of vials selling on eBay, and I would like to give that a try. I was wondering if these wings are preserved before being place in these small tube vials, and how? I would think the resin would harden them and it would be difficult to place them into vials. Thanks in advance for any help you can offer me. Loved your wing tutorials. Liz

Katherine Swift

I don’t know if they are or not. I doubt it since I would expect them to be flexible enough to get inside the jar after sealing.


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